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#146 - Well yes it is good for me, because I occasionally offend peop… 11/18/2014 on BJ for Prime Minister +3
#140 - I'm saying I dont know the ESA dress code or restrictions on p…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/18/2014 on BJ for Prime Minister +3
User avatar #142 - thirdjess (11/18/2014) [-]
Good for you?
#146 - ashdk (11/18/2014) [-]
Well yes it is good for me, because I occasionally offend people. But, it is also good for humanity as a whole if we minimise the focus on how many people were offended/how many angry tweets were sent/how many people had a cry and instead educate without belittling. If someone accidentally offends someone let them know so they can consider that person in the future, destroying someone achieves far less than informing someone.

I once saw a foreign student unknowingly sit on a table in a marae, the maori elder with us proceeded to patiently explain via a bilingual korean friend why it was offensive to his culture and then thanked him for listening. This is how a wise person deals with offensive behaviour and is an example to be remembered.
#137 - What you wear is a matter of expression and in general the pub…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/18/2014 on BJ for Prime Minister +3
User avatar #138 - thirdjess (11/18/2014) [-]
You say that as if he wasn't at work when he wore the shirt and that standards of dress and professionalism didn't apply to him as a representation of his place of work on international television?
#140 - ashdk (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm saying I dont know the ESA dress code or restrictions on public relations representatives. Even if I did, it's an employment matter. Standards of professionalism are not universal, they are implicitly tied to a profession.

As a subtext to BJs comment :if nobody is allowed to offend anybody the simple act of being "non-offensive" would take so much productive time some advances in technology, or even in society, may never happen.
User avatar #142 - thirdjess (11/18/2014) [-]
Good for you?
#146 - ashdk (11/18/2014) [-]
Well yes it is good for me, because I occasionally offend people. But, it is also good for humanity as a whole if we minimise the focus on how many people were offended/how many angry tweets were sent/how many people had a cry and instead educate without belittling. If someone accidentally offends someone let them know so they can consider that person in the future, destroying someone achieves far less than informing someone.

I once saw a foreign student unknowingly sit on a table in a marae, the maori elder with us proceeded to patiently explain via a bilingual korean friend why it was offensive to his culture and then thanked him for listening. This is how a wise person deals with offensive behaviour and is an example to be remembered.
#275 - Cant really judge the effect of the eagle logo from this video… 10/30/2014 on Rude woman with scowl walks... +1
#99 - Or this 06/22/2014 on soccer 0
#98 - Didn't make this one up either 06/22/2014 on soccer 0
#97 - See you are starting to get the point. In NZ rugby union footb…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/22/2014 on soccer 0
User avatar #100 - thebobinito (06/22/2014) [-]
I do apologise, I thought you were from the U.K and were just being ignorant, I'm not English, I'm Irish by the way. Don't support England's team.
#86 - wiki has my back on this one:  [+] (5 new replies) 06/21/2014 on soccer 0
User avatar #94 - thebobinito (06/22/2014) [-]
For all we know you could have made the whole article on it or just some idiot is, in England it is known as just "rugby" and is quite possibly the manliest sport going.
#99 - ashdk (06/22/2014) [-]
#98 - ashdk (06/22/2014) [-]
Didn't make this one up either
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_football
#97 - ashdk (06/22/2014) [-]
See you are starting to get the point. In NZ rugby union football is known as "rugby", rugby league football as "league" and association football "soccer" aka "football" - if you are foreign or pretentious. All three are often colloquially called "footy". The soccer/football debate has been ongoing and the news media here generally refer to it as "soccer football" to appease the masses. As for the term "rugby football" you may wish to consider your national body the RFU and what the "F" might stand for. Glad to see you are a fellow rugby player though and condolences on the absolute dicking handed to your lads last night.
User avatar #100 - thebobinito (06/22/2014) [-]
I do apologise, I thought you were from the U.K and were just being ignorant, I'm not English, I'm Irish by the way. Don't support England's team.
#82 - Football is a genus consisting of many species: association fo…  [+] (7 new replies) 06/21/2014 on soccer 0
User avatar #84 - thebobinito (06/21/2014) [-]
"rugby football" Just stop talking, it's just "rugby" not "rugby football".
#86 - ashdk (06/21/2014) [-]
wiki has my back on this one:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rugby_football
User avatar #94 - thebobinito (06/22/2014) [-]
For all we know you could have made the whole article on it or just some idiot is, in England it is known as just "rugby" and is quite possibly the manliest sport going.
#99 - ashdk (06/22/2014) [-]
#98 - ashdk (06/22/2014) [-]
Didn't make this one up either
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_football
#97 - ashdk (06/22/2014) [-]
See you are starting to get the point. In NZ rugby union football is known as "rugby", rugby league football as "league" and association football "soccer" aka "football" - if you are foreign or pretentious. All three are often colloquially called "footy". The soccer/football debate has been ongoing and the news media here generally refer to it as "soccer football" to appease the masses. As for the term "rugby football" you may wish to consider your national body the RFU and what the "F" might stand for. Glad to see you are a fellow rugby player though and condolences on the absolute dicking handed to your lads last night.
User avatar #100 - thebobinito (06/22/2014) [-]
I do apologise, I thought you were from the U.K and were just being ignorant, I'm not English, I'm Irish by the way. Don't support England's team.
#29 - Probably intentional part of interview. Interviewer is Leigh H… 06/07/2014 on took a bit to figure out... 0
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